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Digital Mental Health Digest | SilverCloud Health

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Microsoft and SilverCloud to pioneer AI in mental health

SilverCloud has been collaborating with Microsoft over the past 18 months to explore how artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning can accelerate personalised mental healthcare, including early interventions to optimise outcomes.

Leveraging the largest real-world patient user base, with over 1.1 million hours of digital therapy opportunities also exist to identify patterns of successful therapy that can be used to improve the effectiveness of digital therapeutics. Read more

Clinical_Generic_001-1UCLan first to offer digital therapy training

Working in partnership with SilverCloud, the University of Central Lancashire is the first UK university to offer digital therapeutics as part of its curriculum. Learn more

CaseStudyCroydon IAPT expand service reach

An online self-sign-up page has extended the reach of digital mental health services for Croydon’s IAPT service, seeing an increase in usage of 2.5x.Learn more


Clinical_Generic_002-1Positive Outcomes for NHS Sleep Pilot

A study of SilverCloud's Sleep program in a NHS service has demonstrated to improve symptoms of insomnia as well as symptoms of depression and anxiety. Learn more

CompanyAnnouncement300K+ Treated for Mental Health Issues

With more than 1.1 million hours of digital therapy delivered though the SilverCloud platform. Read the article


AwardsHSJ Awards

We are delighted to announce that our partner, Berkshire Healthcare Foundation Trust is shortlisted for the HSJ Mental Health Innovation of the Year award. 

Research and Insights

  • What is population mental health and why is it important? Dr. Lloyd Humphreys talks about how we can leverage digital technologies to deliver integrated mental health services. Learn more
  • Understanding the relationship between usage of digital therapy and clinical outcomes is vital so that interventions can be adapted to drive the best outcomes. Find out more in this recent study

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